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The Long Dark Removed From NVIDIA GeForce NOW

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW streaming service launched recently, but the GPU manufacturer is not holding a good relationship with games developers. ComicBook reports that The Long Dark’s  Director and Writer Raphael van Lierop has pulled his game from the streaming service.

“Sorry to those who are disappointed you can no longer play on GeForce Now. Nvidia didn’t ask for our permission to put the game on the platform so we asked them to remove it. Please take your complaints to them, not us. Devs should control where their games exist.” Said Raphael van Lierop via Twitter.

Sarcastically van Lierop mocked at NVIDIA’s apologize to the studio “They offered us a free graphics card as an apology, so maybe they’ll offer you the same thing”. He suggest that NVIDIA might be attempting to delude subscribers to feature more games than what they’ve managed to include in the system. At the moment Bethesda and Activision Blizzard have pulled their games from the GeForce NOW service, they’ve done it politely without making a big deal, but van Lierop has raised the curtain and revealed what might be a real problem at NVIDIA, a lack of games to ask for such an expensive subscription.

The problem lies in what NVIDIA GeForce NOW has promised, and they might be accused of false advertising, NVIDIA says their cloud gaming service is ‘Open Platform’ the hardware developer explains that players who has purchased a game on Steam or Epic Games Store will be available to keep playing the game via GeForce NOW.

“If you buy it, you own it. If you already own it, play it. Your purchases are always yours.” … “In total, there are hundreds of games from more than 50 publishers that, once you own, are available for instant play. All these games are patched automatically in the cloud, so your library is always game ready.”

It seems that NVIDIA made that promise without the consentient of some developers and publishers, so the ball is now on their side, if large publishers like Activision Blizzard and Bethesda pledge their support to other streaming services they GeForce NOW might be already doomed.

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